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Set your voltage to 1.55v and work your way from there, running the CPU at 5.0 and the ram at 2400Mhz will put a good amount of stress on it so you'll need extra voltage to accomodate for it.

and as before, cooling on the back of the socket and the vrm/NB.
Ummm, no.....with good cooling you can push it beyond that.
^ Yup, all of this

Seems like I need an update then, Last time I checked no one suggested to stay 24/7 at 1.4 V on the NB.

Definitely need to update.

I've gone to 1.4v on the NB for 2800Mhz 24/7 but i'm on Water now so i stopped looking so much smile.gif
 
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1.4v on the NB is nothing to worry about..

likely needed if you want to try and hit 2700NB
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Set your voltage to 1.55v and work your way from there, running the CPU at 5.0 and the ram at 2400Mhz will put a good amount of stress on it so you'll need extra voltage to accomodate for it.

and as before, cooling on the back of the socket and the vrm/NB.
Ummm, no.....with good cooling you can push it beyond that.
^ Yup, all of this

Seems like I need an update then, Last time I checked no one suggested to stay 24/7 at 1.4 V on the NB.

Definitely need to update.

well... its not a definitive sorta thing..

have cheap mobo with poor heat sinks.. it wouldn't be suggest. however if you have some cooling and the go to in the thread is to throw a fan on the NB/VRm heatsink, 9 times out of 10 you should be fine.
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Seems like I need an update then, Last time I checked no one suggested to stay 24/7 at 1.4 V on the NB.

Definitely need to update.

High 3DVu, yep we tend to do thing a bit different here, as you can see! 1. 4 volts on the Northbridge is normal at a 5.0 clock, well it is on mine. biggrin.gif
Hence the cooling fan tips I gave on the VRMs and nortthbridge.
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High 3DVu, yep we tend to do thing a bit different here, as you can see! 1. 4 volts on the Northbridge is normal at a 5.0 clock, well it is on mine. biggrin.gif
Hence the cooling fan tips I gave on the VRMs and nortthbridge.

It all makes sense now, That makes sense on the "fan on the VRM" part too.

Still, if he's keeping 2400 MHZ, I'd stay at 1.2 V.
 
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It all makes sense now, That makes sense on the "fan on the VRM" part too.

Still, if he's keeping 2400 MHZ, I'd stay at 1.2 V.

Mines at 2600' hence the 1.4v.
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I bumped up voltage to 1.55 and then I drop NB to 1.2. I upped HT to 2600. and then I booted, i passed my first run of the physics test in firestrike with a score of 9506

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I bumped up voltage to 1.55 and then I drop NB to 1.2. I upped HT to 2600. and then I booted, i passed my first run of the physics test in firestrike with a score of 9506


Score is a little low IMHO

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005893
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005838

mine @ 4.76ghz
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I bumped up voltage to 1.55 and then I drop NB to 1.2. I upped HT to 2600. and then I booted, i passed my first run of the physics test in firestrike with a score of 9506


I'm shOt at 3dmark but here's my last. The physics score was higher than 9506' bit it was using the normal fire strike.

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Score is a little low IMHO

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005893
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005838

mine @ 4.76ghz

Well darn
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Score is a little low IMHO

http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005893
http://www.3dmark.com/fs/3005838

mine @ 4.76ghz

Well darn

try one of two things.. (or both)

lower your ram speeds to 2000-2133, and tighten up the main timings

or

Raise your NB to at least 2600mhz if you want to stick to 2400mhz ram.

lowering the ram speed will be the less painful to manage of the two
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